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Another sunny week came to an end and our vets were happy to provide care to those animals in need. From vaccinations to neutering and emergency cases, it was a busy week for our amazing teams who were there to welcome all your precious pets.
Look at those lovely lashes!!!! ❤️
Poor Tilly was brought in to Lakeview Vets by her worried owners.
After seeing our vet Aleks she was diagnosed with a condition known as a pyometra ( infected womb ) and hospitalised with following surgery to remove it.
Because she recovered so well she was able to go home on the day of her surgery and we will check up on her tomorrow and again for her post-op checks to make sure she continues to recover well.
Much love to you Tilly and best wishes from all of us at Lakeview 😘🥰❤️
Pyometra can be a life threatening condition for our female unneutered doggy friends and can be either ‘open’ or ‘closed’.
In dear Tilly’s case she was diagnosed with an open pyometra meaning the womb entrance was open and in these cases you may see blood and discharge ( pus ) coming from your pets vulva.
Closed pyometras ( when the womb entrance is closed ) there will be no discharge meaning your pet is at a greater risk, these conditions are emergencies.
Your pet may show signs like; drinking more than normal, being sick, discharge from her vulva, a distended tummy, being generally uncomfortable, of their food and in severe cases collapse.
If you see any of these symptoms contact us immediately or if you have any other concerns or worries about your pet our dedicated team are here to help. 🐶😺
Our clients come in all shapes and sizes.
This little guy is Jake. Jake got into a fight with a fellow rat friend and landed up with a wound on his shoulder. 🐀
Our great vet Viraf saw Jake for a check up after being sent home with some antibiotics. We are pleased to say that Jake is 100% healed and back to his normal self. 💚
This little Munchkin is Apollo! 😇🐈He is 4 months old and he came to our Streatham Hill Vets practice after his owner noticed that he was lame on his right hind leg.😔 After an initial check, our vet Gabriella suspected that the lameness in his leg may have resulted from a fracture and so she carried out x-rays, which confirmed a fracture🦴😢
In order to help heal his fracture, Apollo is now on strict cage rest with a splint on his leg, which needs to stay on for 6 days and then he will return to us to have another splint placed on his leg for a further 10-14 days before having another X-ray to review the healing progress of his fracture.🏥
We hope that Apollo makes a full recovery and we look forward to seeing his progress when he returns for his check-ups.😻
Rupert popped in to our Croydon Vets branch and melted all of our hearts immediately, look at that face😍
If you have been lucky enough to have added a new furry family member recently, we’d love to meet them! We are currently able to offer appointments to new clients for those all-important vaccinations🩺
Our amazing VIP plan covers all your fur baby’s preventative treatment and great discounts while saving you money in the process, so if you’d like to learn more, click here or call your surgery.💚